Recommended restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo this time is Sushi Ko Honten.
Sushi Ko Honten｜Feature Reference
|TripAdvisor||Sushi Ko Honten (score：4)|
|Hours||11:30 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Address||6-3-8 Ginza | Zinza Sukiyadori Bldg., Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo Prefecture|
|Card||Credit Cards Accepted|
Access from the Station
Sushi Ko Honten is conveniently located just about 103 meters away from Higashi-Ginza Station. Upon getting off the station, take the nearest A11 exit and you’ll reach the place for approximately 2 minutes on foot.
How to Book
Customers can book a week in advance or even a month before depending on the availability of the seats. Booking can be done via phone call.
The exterior of the building appears to be in plain light theme, hard bricks that are perfectly arranged serving as walls of the building.
Sushi Ko Honten’s name is displayed in Japanese characters being lit up with dim lighting to make it more appealing. The entrance/exit door is also covered with a long navy-blue Japanese fabric divider or commonly known as “Noren”.
Don’t worry about long lines or queue as the number of guests are already counted on a daily basis.
The interior theme is very simple in style with not so much accents and there are also hangers provided for customers coats/jackets.
The dining area has a wooden long L-shaped counter table surrounded with bar stools and there are also private rooms for 2, for 4, for 6, and good for 8 people.
The ambiance expresses a Japanese culture vibe with an entertaining preparation done by the chefs of this sushi restaurant.
The sushi menu is in Omakase stlye – or chef’s recommendation so you don’t need to order one by one.
Recommended when eating alone, with a friend, with a co-worker, and for dating.
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Several unique & tasty sushi from 12 sushi lunch course at Ginza Sushiko. Kani sushi with mayonnaise horse radish, sushi with fall season mushroom and crystanium mixed with carpaccio sushi. This sushi joint has been around since 1935 and been serving sushi to its customer for 4 generation. I think this is one of the better sushi places in Japan. Most of the guests are Japanese. Besides our group, Only 1 american with 2 of his Japanese friends were the non Japanese patron. #sushi #sushiko #marunouchi #tokyo #japan